Music Without Quarantine – An Interview with Claudio Constantini

This is the third interview of the series “Music connects People” for Music Without Quarantine. The three previous interviews of the series were with the Spanish harpsichordist Diego Ares, the American bass singer & lutenist Joel Frederiksen and the German cellist Benedict Klöckner. On this occasion, I am really happy to speak with the great Peruvian pianist and bandoneist Claudio Constantini. Born to a family of musicians (his father was the pianist Gerardo Constantini and his mother is the orchestra conductor Carlota Mestanza), Claudio plays the piano and the bandoneon with equal virtuosity. This Peruvian musician currently living in Spain has offered numerous concerts in many different countries. I am sure you will enjoy it:

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